"Nature Artworks" - the North German painter Arnold Voet could not have found a more appropriate title for his works.
The realistically painted oil paintings and watercolors show landscape views in which the atmosphere of nature is palpable.
In his paintings Arnold Voet is inspired by the art of the 19th century. However, he does not copy the old masters, but developed a completely independent style with diverse influences. For example, in his depiction of light conditions, there are clear parallels to the Impressionists. But instead of letting the contours of the picture elements become blurred, as in Impressionism, he orients himself to Realism and often works out the details very precisely. "In my photographic-like paintings, I try to implement the dynamics of a landscape, including the influence of a wide variety of light sources," Voet says of his work.